Green Buildings--A Detailed Technology Analysis (Technical Insights)


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This Green Buildings research service analyzes the technological trends in the various technologies such as HVACs, BEMs, BIPVs, Smart windows and Insulated glass units involved in making cutting down the energy demand for the building.

Table of Contents

Green Buildings--A Detailed Technology Analysis (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverview and MethodologyResearch OverviewResearch MethodologyKey Research FindingsEmerging TechnologiesNoteworthy ApplicationsGreen Buildings--A Detailed Technology Analysis (Technical Insights), Technology and Applications View PointTechnology PrimerGreen Buildings--An OutlookGreen Buildings--Application ScenarioDrivers and ChallengesDriversChallengesGreen Buildings--A Detailed Technology Analysis (Technical Insights), Recent Developments in ResearchNorth AmericaWater Proofing and Corrosion Resistant Concrete AdmixturesLow-VOC Cement Plasters with High-Abuse Resistance AdSem Provides Low-Cost; Reliable; Versatile Thermistors for Energy ReductionNon-VOC Adhesive for Building MaterialsNanostructure Thin-Films for Solar CellsRest of the WorldSelf-Powered Wireless Controls for Building Energy ManagementSenseAir Sensors for Effective HVAC UseVOC Sensing Using MicrosensorsSilicon Thin-Films Production with Uniform CrystallinityGreen Buildings--A Detailed Technology Analysis (Technical Insights), Technology Assessment and Key TechnologiesTechnology Adoption FactorsTechnology Analysis of HVACsTechnology Analysis of BEMsTechnology Analysis of Building WindowsTechnology Analysis of BIPVsFuture TrendsFuture Trends and Road MapAnalyst InsightsGreen Buildings--A Detailed Technology Analysis (Technical Insights), Patents and Database of Key Industry ParticipantsPatentsPatents on Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning SystemsPatents on Building Energy Management SystemsPatents from other Green Building TechnologiesDatabase of Key Industry ParticipantsCompaniesUniversities and Research InstitutesGreen Buildings--A Detailed Technology Analysis (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabasesDatabase TablesValue of New Construction--USA (2003 to 2013)Total Electricity Generation--World (2004 to 2014)Net Electricity Consumption--World (2002 to 2012)Spending on Retail Building Renovation and Repair--USA (2002 to 2012)CO2 Emissions--North America (1999 to 2009)Total Electricity Installed Capacity--North America (2004 to 2014)




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